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CLI - Mac OSX El Capitan - _clock_gettime

Hi,

I've been using the CLI on an older mac mini running El Capitan 10.11.6. I upgraded the CLI recently and now I get this error.

INFO: LATEST_RELEASE: 1.32.2

dyld: Symbol not found: _clock_gettime

  Referenced from: /usr/local/bin/nextdns

  Expected in: flat namespace

 

Any ideas on what to do?  Maybe the CLI was updated to use a feature not supported by older Mac OSX? Just trying to determine if there's possibility to keep using the old Mac before I abandon it and look for another device to run CLI.

Thanks in advance for any help/feedback.

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  • Nolan

    This issue is related to an outdate Xcode command-line-utils

    Update to the latest Xcode otherwise am afraid it's a new OS

    Alternatively as NextDNS suggest on the CLI wiki page - try the Official App

    Official App

    1. Install our official app from the Mac App Store → https://apps.apple.com/app/nextdns/id1464122853.
    2. In the app menu, click on Preferences… then enter your configuration ID as Custom config.
    3. In the app menu, click Connect.
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      • Nolan
      • nolan
      • 5 mths ago
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      Terry Webbs 

       

      Thanks. I’ll look into Xcode support on older Mac.

      I use the official app on my MacBook Pro.  I was using the CLI on the old Mac Mini for other devices that can’t use the official app.   …If I run the official app on the Mac Mini, would it handle DNS for other devices like CLI? …I’m guessing not but hadn’t thought about it before.

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      • Terry Webbs
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      • Terry_Webbs
      • 5 mths ago
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      Nolan 

      It is possible to have different DNS configurations and then apply any one of them to individual devices via the app using the unique ID of each DNS configuration 

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